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The National Park Authority administers Sustainable Development Fund grants in Pembrokeshire. To read summary details of the projects supported by the fund, choose a project title from the list below.


 

To Gwyrdd - 'Building a Rural Future' Phase II

This is the second phase in a multi phase project with the overall aim of creating affordable, eco build homes for local-need; capitalising on related training and employment opportunities for the local economy; and helping other communities in the area who may wish to do something similar. Report available at www.to-gwyrdd.org.uk. Phase 2 aims to take us to the stage of having signage up at the chosen development site indicating where TG will build. In order to achieve that, the 6 month phase will involve; setting up workspace for a coordination team, volunteers and trustees; completing legal structure and appoint trustees; co-ordinate and research, identifying and assessing several sites – using tender processes for architect/surveyor; choosing the final site in consultation with community and planning authorities; signing legal agreement with land owner on purchase of the site subject to permissions; community involvement developing a website and online resources for others; Newport-community outreach and consultation; offering advice on local and national level; following and contributing to national debate and policy work; prepare for next phase by setting up and progressing a 'Train and Build' scheme [its funding/programme/partners etc]; commence fund raising and financial models for future phases; progressing other tender processes for: architect, building coordinator.

Project Total Cost: £38,226.00

Grant Awarded: £14,902.00

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